LED wall sconce

Bric's LED Wall Sconce by WAC Lighting can mount in any direction, upward or downward, or arrange luminaires together in clusters for a geometric display of light and shadow.

10/13/2015


Bric LED Wall Sconce by WAC Lighting can mount in any direction, upward or downward, or arrange luminaires together in clusters for a geometric display of light and shadow. Courtesy: WAC LightingWAC Lighting's Bric is an interior pocket sconce that is designed to provide ambient illumination with a diminutive form. It can mount in any direction, upward or downward, or arrange luminaires together in clusters for a geometric display of light and shadow for buildings such as theaters, restaurants, and boutique hotels. With a color temperature of 3000 K, Bric has a color rendering index of 90 and a rated life of 80,000 hrs. This LED luminaire is available in a white powdercoat or Brushed Nickel plated finish and is CEC Title 24 compliant. The design features concealed hardware for a finished look at any viewing angle.

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